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USE OF FRAMEWORKS IN PART 2

 
kundan varma
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HI ALL
can we use frameworks for part 2 ? If yes do we have to give details of framework(like pattern it is using..) and can we use some good framework like Spring WEBFLOW which is not yet released fully but in beta.

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kundan
 
Theodore Casser
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I think you're putting too much thought into the implementation, which isn't the goal of the exercise. While I imagine you could probably include some sort of framework, I would think that the major goal of the project from my own thoughts as I'm working on it (admittedly slowly as I'm a newlywed) is a more general architected solution for the "developers" to implement. That aside, I suppose any solution that accomplishes the stated design goal will probably suffice, as long as you explain your decisions.

Just my $0.02.
 
Vinay Singh
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I think you can use a framwork but need not show the complete design of it.
I am using Sun's pet store and just showing the important classes.
 
Charles Mercier
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Use of framework is encouraged, separation of concerns: extensibility, flexibility, manageability, reuse are a "must do" for an architect, but this doen't mean that you should use a well established framework (Struts or another), you may have your in house designed framework, ie: a light MVC version or a component based on Command pattern...
Charles
 
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